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A Midsummer Night's Dream

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Puck Follows Bottom

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According to the stage directions, after Puck states "A stranger Pyramus than e’er played here!", he follows Bottom offstage.

What can you infer about their departure from the stage?

A

Puck is intent on helping Bottom with his portrayal of Pyramus to make it the best performance ever.

B

Puck is intent on hindering Bottom with his portrayal of Pyramus because he is mad at Bottom for how poorly he is portraying Puck’s old friend.

C

Puck is intent on doing some mischief and is following Bottom offstage for comedic purposes.

D

Puck is curious about what kind of creature Bottom is because he isn’t that familiar with Mechanicals.

E

Puck is worried that Bottom might wake up Titania before Oberon is ready for her to waken, so he follows Bottom to prevent him from waking Titania too early.